An airport site is a very extensive space with numerous access points and significant movements for boarding and disembarkation, which is a genuine logistical challenge for security.
Managing the movements of passengers and flight crews should be thought through down to the smallest details, with the same going for merchandise and luggage.
It is vital to configure a tailor-made security and access control system, in order to anticipate every scenario. In an airport, the smallest incident can assume a disproportionate scale.
The security and comfort of passengers and airport staff are the primary considerations for an access control system in an airport zone.
Our access control solutions enable you to strengthen security for sensitive areas, such as the control tower and offices, and equally in areas open to the public: hall, terminal, security checkpoint and boarding area.
A smart solution can make passenger and staff movements flow better, whilst ensuring security for all.
Managing emergency exits in the various halls of an airport is a fundamental challenge for all security managers.
To prevent unauthorized exit by passengers via the emergency exits, whilst respecting fire safety rules and equally the need to evacuate in the event of an instance of force majeure, the doors are kept locked using active security devices.
These are managed, in turn, from a centralized emergency exit management unit (in French: Unité de Gestion Centralisée des Issues de Secours, UGCIS).
Installation on-site, breakdown management, and equipment compliance can become a real headache for the maintenance manager or department for aviation transport.
Management of the doors into a terminal, boarding gates or secure reserved zones is not on the same level in terms of security requirements.
This is why, by offering installation and maintenance of our products, we are offering more than peace of mind for our customers; we are supplying them with the technical expertise associated with our profession.
Airport zones are subject to very stringent security regulations, as public-access buildings.
To guarantee the security of passengers, ground crews and flight crews, airports need to put evacuation procedures in place to cover at-risk situations.
It is imperative to equip all zones open to the public: reception hall, customs areas, boarding areas, shops and restaurants.
Each structure is different, and requires a tailor-made solution drawn up after an in-depth site survey.
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